Issue 10 of The Phonogram (II), published February 1901.
Points Pertaining to the Use and Care of the Edison Phonograph (cont.) Osip Ivanovitch Borisov Instead of a Parish Clerk Advertisement When Robert Browning Talked to a Phonograph Charles D'Almaine The Kaffir Boy Thought There Was a Devil in the Box As an Aid to Digestion B. Russell Throckmorton Machine Music Doggerel "O" Three of a Kind The Phonograph on 'Change Two Happenings Another Snoring Record Mr. Bowser's Tribulations February Notes New Edison Records
Please note, there are several magazines titled 'Phonogram'. This is the
publication edited by Herbert A. Shattuck for Edison's National
Phonograph Company between 1900 and 1902. A date/title index is
forthcoming at the Media History Digital Library.
Uploaded to Archive.org by the National Recording Preservation Board. Scanned from microfilm as original issues are scarce. Please excuse the quality of some images. Thanks to Patrick Feaster for lending the films.
October 3, 2016 Subject:
Not a snorefest, but not the best either
Even the editor admits this is not one of the better issues.
But it does have brief biographies and drawings of Osip Ivanovitch Borisov, Charles D'Almaine, B. Russell Throckmorton. It also has an interesting article on copyright law. At least two of the records mentioned at the end ("Adventurer's March" and "Good-Bye Dolly Gray") are on the UCSB Cylinder Audio Archive. So not a complete loss.